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Families come out for trunk-or-treating in Newhall

Valley Community Church offers safer alternative to door-to-door candy seeking

Posted: October 31, 2013 9:22 p.m.
Updated: October 31, 2013 9:22 p.m.
Braden Thorn, dressed as the ‘Chucky’ doll, plays in the bounce house at a Trunk or Treat event held at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Church members and volunteers decorated the trunks of their cars and handed out candy to families as a safer alternative to door-to-door trick or treating. Photo by Charlie Kaijo. Braden Thorn, dressed as the ‘Chucky’ doll, plays in the bounce house at a Trunk or Treat event held at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Church members and volunteers decorated the trunks of their cars and handed out candy to families as a safer alternative to door-to-door trick or treating. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Braden Thorn, dressed as the ‘Chucky’ doll, plays in the bounce house at a Trunk or Treat event held at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Church members and volunteers decorated the trunks of their cars and handed out candy to families as a safer alternative to door-to-door trick or treating. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Daniel Ibarra, dressed as Buzz Lightyear from the movie Toy Story, picks out candy with his mother Sally Ibarra at a trunk or treat even at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo. Daniel Ibarra, dressed as Buzz Lightyear from the movie Toy Story, picks out candy with his mother Sally Ibarra at a trunk or treat even at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Daniel Ibarra, dressed as Buzz Lightyear from the movie Toy Story, picks out candy with his mother Sally Ibarra at a trunk or treat even at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Reed Morrow, dressed as a Detroit Lion, picks out candy at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo. Reed Morrow, dressed as a Detroit Lion, picks out candy at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Reed Morrow, dressed as a Detroit Lion, picks out candy at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Kristina Garcia and her son, Valentine Sandoval, fill out a raffle ticket for a prize at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo. Kristina Garcia and her son, Valentine Sandoval, fill out a raffle ticket for a prize at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Kristina Garcia and her son, Valentine Sandoval, fill out a raffle ticket for a prize at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Alicia Curran picks out candy with her father Mike Curran at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo. Alicia Curran picks out candy with her father Mike Curran at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
Alicia Curran picks out candy with her father Mike Curran at a trunk or treat event at the Valley Community Church on Thursday. Photo by Charlie Kaijo.
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Parents looking for an easier, safer alternative to door-to-door trick-or-treating were given that option at Valley Community Church in Newhall on Thursday.

Church members and volunteers decorated the trunks of their cars and handed out candy to kids Halloween afternoon ahead of the popular evening candy rush.

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